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Golfing the Genesee Country
Inside the Rochester International by Dave Warner & Jim Albright It's June and that means the Rochester International is bringing the
best of the LPGA to town. Take a peek behind the scenes.
Signature golf holes of the Genesee Country by Doug Lippincott Club pros from four area courses show off their toughest holes. An article
for golfers only!
Preserving the Folk Music of the Genesee Country by Bill Steinhardt 100-year-old folk tunes will soon disappear unless they are recorded
by people like folklorist Jim Kimball of Geneseo.
Main Streets: Angelica, the Hidden Jewel by Georgia Mullen A landmark village tries to protect and market its heritage.
The Sons of Old Monroe by Brian Bennett Monroe County farmers, merchants and laborers did their patriotic duty
and answered the Union's call
Kingdom of the Genesee by J. Sheldon Fisher The Genesee Country played a major role in what some believe was a conspiracy
to separate the western territories from the Union.
The Open Door by Publisher Corrin Strong Not necessarily for golfers only
Genesee Country Sketches: High Points of the Bristol Hills by
Scott Adamson The hermit thrush enjoys a warm welcome on Gannett Hill
Just Folks: Cannonball Run's Brock Yates by Andrew Thompson Screenwriter, author is just one of the guys in his hometown of Wyoming,
Crossroad Cafe: Geo. France Diner by Bill Steinhardt What this region needs is a good 10-cent cup of coffee. Find it in Lima,
Home Away from Home: Morgan & Samuels B&B by Bill Steinhardt Chickens, sheep and kids blend nicely at this elegant Ontario County
bed & breadfast.
Destinations: Cohocton Valley Farm Museum by Georgia Mullen Life on the farmily farm was anything but stagnant. The old homestead
was handed down for generations and each left its mark.